aWhat does academic integrity mean to you?
It means learning and studying by not cheating, lying, or copying other peoples work. Also one must be fair by giving credit when using resources. By doing this, everyone will have respect for one another and for the university. It is the fundamental of which the college is built on. Why do you think it is important for a university to maintain high standards when it comes to academic integrity? It is very important for a university to set the bar high academically. When a university has high expectations, the faculty and the student body will receive a higher education to be proud of. They learn by being honest, fair, and even responsible. Also when a student writes a paper they also learn to give credit, when using someone else’s ideas or even statements. I know that by attending this university, I will be receiving a higher education. Would you want to attend a university that does not have these standards? Explain? I diffentaly would not want to attend a college that was not able to hold high standards, or have any academic integrity. IF a college has no academic integrity, then they have no desire to help the faculty or the student body to learn and be successful in life. I wouldn’t get the higher level education, which I am looking for in a university; also there would not be any type of commitment to learning at a higher level. I much rather earn my degree open and honestly. I much rather attend a university that can make me a confident and also a competent person. I am proud to be part of the Ashford University, because of my commitment to learning.
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